Zia Clà Mingoia

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Vogue circus ringmaster costume , theatre style fashion , victorian gypsy style couture

Vogue circus ringmaster costume , theatre style fashion , victorian gypsy style couture

Sears Roebuck & Co. Fall & Winter 1937/1938. #Modest doesn’t mean frumpy. #fashion #style www.ColleenHammond.com

Sears Roebuck & Co. Fall & Winter 1937/1938. #Modest doesn’t mean frumpy. #fashion #style www.ColleenHammond.com

Anny Blatt Fashions    Paris 1935

Anny Blatt Fashions Paris 1935

Anny Blatt Fashions    Paris 1935

Anny Blatt Fashions Paris 1935

1930's Deco leather shoes Bata Shoe Museum

1930's Deco leather shoes Bata Shoe Museum

A pair of Art Deco ear pendants, by Cartier, circa 1935. Composed of platinum, white gold, old- and single-cut diamonds, faceted and calibré rubies and natural pearls. || I see a Qajar / Azerbaijani influence here. Bow bells with pearl pendants. Cartier made them 4 rows tall instead of 2, and used diamonds instead of enameled painted flowers. They also had diamond studs instead of hooks.

A pair of Art Deco ear pendants, by Cartier, circa 1935. Composed of platinum, white gold, old- and single-cut diamonds, faceted and calibré rubies and natural pearls. || I see a Qajar / Azerbaijani influence here. Bow bells with pearl pendants. Cartier made them 4 rows tall instead of 2, and used diamonds instead of enameled painted flowers. They also had diamond studs instead of hooks.

#ArtDeco | Salvation Army Building, Elgin, Illinois, 1930

#ArtDeco | Salvation Army Building, Elgin, Illinois, 1930

Tea gown 1930–32. Silk: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871–1949) 1930–32

Tea gown 1930–32. Silk: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871–1949) 1930–32

This is Jean Harlow. In the 1930s, dresses again became longer and touched the ground in comparison with the short dresses of the 1920s. The waistline came back to its natural position to emphasized womanly look

This is Jean Harlow. In the 1930s, dresses again became longer and touched the ground in comparison with the short dresses of the 1920s. The waistline came back to its natural position to emphasized womanly look

1930's dresses #vintage #timeless

1930's dresses #vintage #timeless